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Root to Leaf Review; Korean Barbecue; World Autism Day

The New York Times has a review of Steven Satterfield's cookbook.

BOOK CLUB — Miller Union chef Steven Satterfield's new cookbook, Root to Leaf, is now available for purchase, and the New York Times gives it a positive review. "An exhaustive and fascinating guide to the four seasons of vegetable life in the American South, it offers both philosophy and instruction, with recipes that reward, again and again, the minimal treatment of the very best ingredients." See the full review at the Times's website. [NYT]

DECATUR — This Wednesday, Makan launches its weekly Korean barbecue night. For $35, diners can partake in unlimited barbecue as it's cooked over the outdoor wood-burning fire pit. The weekly changing menu will highlight different items like barbecue pork and beef, grilled vegetables, hot stews, and fried rice. At the bar, look for specials on Korean beer and Soju. Seating is limited each week to 20 people, and food is available until it runs out. [EaterWire]

ROSWELL — This Thursday, Table & Main and Osteria Mattone invite guests to celebrate World Autism Day and dine in support of the Autism Society of Georgia's awareness campaign, "The Future is Bright." Both restaurants will donate 20 percent of the evening's proceeds to benefit the organization. For more information, visit the Autism Society of Georgia's website. [EaterWire]

Taiyo Ramen

130 Clairemont Avenue, , GA 30030 (404) 996-6504 Visit Website

Osteria Mattone

1095 Canton Street, , GA 30075 (678) 878-3378 Visit Website

Table & Main

1028 Canton Street, , GA 30075 (678) 869-5178 Visit Website

Miller Union

999 Brady Avenue Northwest, , GA 30318 (678) 733-8550

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